comments, chris, on the blog about the cost of this in no-fly zone and protecting the libyans. i know you said it's over $1 million per tomahawk missile? >> yeah. the navy puts the number, when you take all the cost associated with it, at about $1.4 million per missile. we know there's been about 160 of them fired. some of them british but, say the u.s. has fired 130 of them. that's $182 million, just on the tomahawks alone. and then when you look -- when they start to decrease in use, then the jets start to pick up in use, and the cost to keep, say, an f-15 fighter in the air for an hour is about $10,000. >> chris, thanks for that. arwa, let's get to you. tell us about the rebel rescue. we've been talking about this f-15 that went down, and the rebel fighters actually rescued one of the airmen. >> reporter: yeah, randi.